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  • yes, go after lover boy/girl

    10 34.48%
  • no, keep the friendship!

    8 27.59%
  • other

    11 37.93%
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    dna2playboy is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    Let your friend attempt at going out with the girl and hope he fails :P. If he fails then let him know that you like the girl too either before you ask her out or after. If you neglect letting him know it might be kinda awkward if he sees you with the girl he failed to ask out. Jealousy may ensue.

    I've sort of been in this situation before but I was friends with both of them so I just gave up on the girl and edged my friend on. The sad part is I knew my friend would fail anyways, but w/e. Bros before hoes. There's enough girls to go around.

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    Kill him/her, that would solve the problem.

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    Tell the friend to be ready for some competition. Both should go for the girl and loser should not complain.

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    OhSiRis is offline Senior Member Respected Member
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    Friendship is so overrated. A true friend wouldn't care if you ask the person out if they're really your friend. Unless that friend worships whoever you wanna ask out.
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    Osakan Spirit Bomb please...
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    Let's call them Nishifags :P

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    Tell your friend you like her also and let the object of your affection choose.


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    I'd tell my friend how I feel and she what they do. If they still confess, then they obviously don't care as much about my feelings as I do for theirs, so then I'd tell the person. If they didn't, there's always going to be guys.
    Friends before men.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sherman View Post
    All this "let the third person decide" nonsense is rubbish. What, you both go up to him, confess your feelings, and say, "now, pick one!" How's he supposed to do that? Even if you do it in a less confrontational way, if he knows you two are friends and that you both like him, he's likely to (if he's friends with both of you) want to remain friends with both of you and so choose no one.
    You got the wrong idea. What I meant to say is that in the end, it'll come down to that third person, whether you like it or not. As in, even if you let your friend "have that person" if he/she doesn't like him/her, then your "sacrifice" would have been in vain. Also, you'd have lost an opportunity to go out with that person, since it'd be odd if you do so, after your friend already went out with him/her.

    Anyway, as it has already been said, it also depends on what you value the most. If you happen to like the third person in question a lot, and you are interested in starting something with that person, then I think the best thing to do would be to talk with your friend. Sacrificing your feelings for a friend may sound as noble as you want but, these are decisions you may end up regretting later.


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    It's a no win. Just walk away from the whole thing.

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    When it comes down to it, like many people have said so far, do you think your friend is more "important" than this person, or better yet, which one would be more likely to stay with you the longest? That's all I can say.

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    Bros before hos.
    Or hos before bros.
    Either way.



 

 
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